I was messing around with Linux on my Chromebook and decided to install Ubuntu as to extend my usage with a rather lacking computer. When installing Ubuntu, I used crosh and allocated 26 gigabytes of storage, thinking I was going to be using Ubuntu OS a lot. After several failed attempts to use the Ubuntu system, I powerwashed my Chromebook and disabled developer mode on my Chromebook, but after the powerwash, I noticed that my chromebook didn't reset the disk space allocation. I've included a screenshot of my storage immediately after the powerwash. Is there a way to reset the disk allocation preferences or do I need a new disk?The screenshot of my disk space

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